Here is a conversation that was overheard just a few days ago. Well, it was not eavesdropping, really. The senior partner in this conversation was relating matters to a third and intervening participant regarding the progress being made by one small entrepreneurial trader. The junior partner in this conversation, that could even have been the writer here, was waxing lyrical over the advantage of low cost overheads. But for the abovementioned trader, it remains important for him to rely on the commercial vehicle cincinnati oh trade.
The junior partner was one of those who could spend more time working from home. Most of his service deliveries would be online in any case. And furthermore, he was one of those who could reduce his own carbon footprint by making use of the public transport system, as well as just plain walking, in order to go about his daily affairs. But this was never going to be possible for the above-mentioned trader. He had to have use of his commercial vehicle for the best part of his trading day. If he was not making deliveries, or fetching new material stock, he would have had to travel by truck to do onsite work.
Given the nature of his work, predominantly repair and maintenance work, he needed convenient space in which to carry all of his tools and installation materials. The woman in question remarked that he must be doing well for himself if he is able to turn his vehicle in for its regular maintenance or purchase a new vehicle. But no, this trader really had no choice but to do so. The vehicle was for him a major tool of trade. And where would he be without it?